Spinal FusionThe Minuteman® Procedure
What symptoms can lead to a spinal fusion procedure?
A spinal fusion is considered when a patient is experiencing spinal problems. Pain in the back and spine can include stiffness, restriction of range of motion, posture instability, muscle spasms, notable loss of functions, and more.
What is a Spinal Fusion?
A spinal fusion is a procedure done surgically where extra bone is placed between two or more vertebrae to join them permanently into one bone and eliminate the space. The spinal fusion removes the mobility between the two vertebrae.
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